Kitchen Butterfly: ‘Sparkling’ Jelly, White Chocolate and Caviar Celebration


December 20, 2017

Kitchen Butterfly:  ‘Sparkling’ Jelly, White Chocolate and Caviar Celebration

Ingredients:

Moscato Jelly

  1. 750 ml Champagne or sparkling wine 
  2. 100ml Creme de Cassis or other berry liqueur 
  3. 150g Caster Sugar
  4. 9 Gold-Strength or 6 Titanium- Strength Gelatin Leaves

White Chocolate

  1. 100g White Chocolate

Directions:

  1. Place six wine glasses or 8 small glasses in the deep freezer for 15 minutes.

  2. Soak the gelatine leaves in a small bowl of cold water for 3 minutes. {Alternatively, follow the instructions on your pack of gelatine leaves. You can also use gelatine powder, adjust the required amount according to the volume of liquid you’re using}.

  3. Open the champagne/wine, pour 150 ml into a pan, and reseal the bottle with a wine cork.

  4. Add the sugar and creme de cassis/cassis cordial to the champagne/wine and gently heat, stirring until the sugar has dissolved (without letting it boil or even get too hot). Remove from the heat.

  5. Squeeze the excess water from the gelatine leaves and add to the mixture, whisking continuously until dissolved. Pour into a jug. Pour around 50 ml into each glass, and slowly and gently top with champagne/wine, trying to minimise the frothing. Return the glasses to the freezer for 20 minutes, then transfer to the fridge and leave overnight before serving.

  6. And ‘right’ they did! I kept nudging them a bit till I went to bed, just giving the glasses a little shake and truly, the next morning, they all had bubbles in them. It was interesting to note though that the jelly in the Ellipse glasses formed differently (individual bubbles) from those in the tumblers (bubble chains).

  7. Melt chocolate in a bain marie {safer than scorching and ruining it in the microwave!}

  8. Once melted, spread on a silicone mat (or a cold, stone surface.)

  9. When cold, use a sharp knife to draw the curls. You can also cut out disks and other shapes

  10. To serve, sprinkle some white chocolate shavings over the top of the jelly, when set and top with some caviar. Provide a spoon, tuck in and enjoy
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Recipe Credit: http://www.kitchenbutterfly.com/2010/03/13/sparkling-jelly-white-chocolate-and-caviar-celebration/





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